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CANCELLED - Lost Trades Fair QLD

From:Tuesday 14 July 2020
To:Sunday 17 May 2020
Time:10:00am - 04:00pm Tuesday 14 July 2020
Location:Cobb + Co Museum, 27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba, QLD 4350 Australia

This event has been CANCELLED.

16-17 May 2020

Master artisans and traditional tradesmen and women with hundreds of combined years of training will demonstrate and share their skills and talent for heritage trades at Lost Trades Fair in Queensland. 

Craftsmanship, skill, traditions, forgotten arts and rare trades. Come and meet incredible makers practising their trades; wheelwrights, saddlers, whipmakers, blacksmiths, bookbinders, tailors and chairmakers. Watch artisans at work, see the finest craftsmanship in the country, buy direct from makers and gain an insight into forgotten crafts and skills. 

Times: 10.00am - 4.00pm 

PRICING - includes entry to the entire Cobb+Co Museum to view exhibitions and carriage collection.

Adult tickets booked online before 30 April are $15 - and on the event day tickets are $20

Seniors Card holders concession booked online before 30 April are $12 - and on the event day are $17

Kids Tickets (5 - 16 years) are $5 / (under school age are free)  

Carers Cards are accepted when carer is accompanied by paying visitors in their care.       

NOTE: No refunds - tickets are not refundable      

Venue:  Cobb+Co Museum & grounds, Cnr Lindsay St & Campbell St, Toowoomba, Queensland (includes Museum entry)

There is an ATM onsite.

This is an ALL weather event and will go on rain, hail and shine.

Please note: Dogs are not permitted at this event (service & guide dogs are accepted).                   

Information: For fair updates visit us on OR website:

Cobb + Co Museum
27 Lindsay Street
Entry charges - Adult$15.00
Entry charges - Child$5.00
Entry charges - Concession$12.00
Contact phone 07 4659 4900
Booking information
Event website
Contact organisationCobb+Co Museum
Is food and drink available?Yes
Are toilets available?Yes
Is there disabled access?Not applicable
Cobb+Co Museum


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